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boxes here, parts of tennessee and kentucky, and maybe indiana, and ohio, also, that is the bull's i didn't. it will happen probably in the next three or four hours. there will be numerous tornadoes on the ground. we are seeing that across areas of the ohio river valley, harrisburg to the west of that they will clear out here. and the storm they had there today not as bad as in the east. you can see the cells lining up, exploding cross the same areas. to the north of louisville, cutting right around evansville, pretty big founds and in louisville a lot of rotation so that is scary. a big area under threat here. you can see all of this red, the moderate risk and this morning, a high risk. they do this less than ten times a year with that kind of a threat but it includes cincinnati, through louisville, lexington, and around the nashville area under a high risk for tornadoes. very rough situation on our hands and it will go in to the overnight hours toward the eastern side of this and. and headed in to the carolinas and the bull's eye right across the ohio river valley. >>shepard: watch
. >>> indiana republican senator dick lugeer avoided embarrassing confrontation with the local election officials but correspondent steve brown reports he faces a tough re-election channel from the right. >> i am a hoosier. >> but the six-term republican senator ability to vote in indiana had been in doubt. election officials recently ruled lugeer's only home of 30 plus years in the d.c. su push of mclane, virginia, made the indiana voter registration invalid. late this morning, 600 miles away in an indianapolis courthouse. >> we agreed to disagree about the original decision. and we just semily put that behind us. >> with a late settlement, hammered out between attorneys. lugeer will reregister to vote at the family farm. >> people of indiana recent this kind of interference. an i think they are going to illustrate that with their vote. >> recent partisan polls unchallenged by lugeer's campaign suggest the opposite. >> citizen united survey has lugeer down to a single digit advantage in the primary less than seven weeks away. in a state where all campaign buttons are valuable political
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
. french's french fried onions. available in the french's stay-fresh can. >>> the mother from indiana who lost both legs protething her kids -- protecting her kids from a tornado he will now recover at -- will now recover at home. she was released from the hospital when powerful storms ripped through southern indiana she laid on top of her 8 and 5- year-old to save their lives. house fell on top of her but the kids are fine. doctors say she will have prosthetic legs in three months. >> i am going to push down harder and see if we can't get prosthetics cerne because i am ready to get up and walk again. >> she seems like an incredible person. they have a sek home they have been renning out and friend and family remodeled it to make it more wheelchair accessible. >>> what a brave soul and in indiana not dealing with a whole lot. nice and quiet a few clouds streaming in across the area. about a lot of the nation is quiet and we are in that clear skies, so with that temperatures really able to drop off this morning. freezing in aberdeen. 32 before you step out the door aberdeen make sure to bu
weather is hitting henryville, indiana after summer-like killer tornadoes tore through the area. abc's ginger zee is there. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. yesterday we flew over the tornadic annihilation. we've seen a lot of images like this on the ground. but to see it from above was something completely different. when you see all of the homes wiped from their foundation, you see the trees that have been snapped and plucked from that huge tornado, and really when you fly above it it gives you that width or that breadth that it covered, at times a half a mile, this ef 4 monster had winds of 175 miles per hour. and boy, could you see it from up there in that chopper. so we went over not only the town of pekan, where poor baby angel at this time we found was taken off life support. and that was that one family who now was altogether taken from that tornado. but in pekan the tornado then moves to henryville. from there to marysville, where one church stands alone. so many stories of lucky survival because this tornado was just a monster. ginger zee, abc
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: two indiana towns were heavily damaged today as a powerful wave of violent weather moved from the gulf coast to the great lakes. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we get an update on the situation from meteorologist gregg carbin with the national weather service storm prediction center. >> brown: then, we get the latest on the syrian situation, and hear from wounded british photographer paul conroy, who was smuggled out earlier this week. >> suarez: and we also talk with turkey's ambassador to the united states about the international response to the humanitarian crisis on its doorstep. >> brown: plus, margaret warner reports from moscow on the upcoming elections as valdimir putin seeks to regain the presidency. >> suarez: and mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: bnsf railway. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technolo
it for us, and of course the story behind it. >> a trio of jewelry thieves are on the loose in indiana. we've got video of the smash and grab. check it out. you see here this is in hobart, indiana. you notice it's daylight out. it's 8:00 a.m. sunday morning, not the middle of the night. these guys pull up and come out of the van with a hammer and smash their way through this window of the helzberg diamonds. they are carrying bins. they make their way into the store and are piling jewelry into these big plastic bins. >> how long does it take to do all this? they seem like they were loading up everything they could possibly get their hands on. >> they weren't in the store too long and only made their way to certain cases. police say it looked as though they knew which to go to and that they had been in the store before. >> they always seem to know where they are going and what they want. >> we talked to the police sergeant in hobart. they are still looking for the guys. they put this video out there so people can recognize the minivan, who these guys. they are looking for any clues whatsoeve
are now on the ground in kentucky and indiana. fema has also dispatched teams to those states to begin damage assessment. but one state is holding off on asking for federal help. ohio governor john kasich says first the state wants to assess the damage for themselves before asking the obama administration for assistance. cnn's athena jones is in tornado-ravaged henryville, indiana. athena, i want to start with the ohio governor's decision not to ask federal authorities to come into the states to survey the damage. and why he did that. >> reporter: well, from what we understand, carol, there's not as much damage in ohio as there is here in indiana. as you can see behind me, just this bus through this home. so ohio authorities right now are assessing the damage themselves. they believe at the moment that they are going to be able to handle it. of course, that could change at any moment. so they are holding off. what we understand, they are holding off on asking for federal help until they know that they need it, until they know they can't handle it themselves. as you know, the president,
as clean-up continues in states down in indiana as well. fortunately they are seeing cooperating weather for that. a clipper system into the plains. this is bringing in snow showers to the dakotas. it is a quick-moving storm. it will quickly move into the mid-atlantic and that brings a chance for snow showers in the mid-atlantic tomorrow as well. tomorrow what a drop in the temperatures. near zero in international falls in the northern part of minute men, 10 in minneapolis. 40's along the east coast. we can see that cold air pushing into florida or -- florida where miami is really the only warm tot spot now. western counties, dropping to near the freezing mark as you head into parts of western maryland. forecast today keeps most of western maryland chilly. 35 in counties like garrett. a couple snow showers possible. they could see up to an inch of accumulation overnight. baltimore a high of 49 just with the cloud cover today. looking mostly dry. showers still possible down along the eastern shore. showers still possible this evening down into southern maryland. baltimore mostly cloudy wi
indiana. a senator: i rise today in support of jobs and national security. first i want to take a moment to express my condolences to families who have lost loved ones in the tornadoes that struck indiana and other states on march 2. mr. lugar: last weekend senator coats and i toured the damaged areas of southern indiana and met with people who are dedicated to a full recovery from total devastation. i want to pay special tribute to advanced preparedness by the schools and many others that prevented even greater loss of life. also our gratitude goes out to the first responders who are doing amazing work in, some cases while facing their own devastating circumstances. i'm returning this weekend to encourage the continuing progress for recovery, and i'm working closely with governor daniels and other state officials to coordinate federal assistance that is appropriate given the level of devastation. madam president, i do rise in support of american jobs and national security in a very strong way and to encourage my colleagues to support the keystone x.l. pipeline amendment i've offered wit
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
mommy and dade. -- dade. >> in peeken, indiana, scott atkins. >>> coming up next at 11:00, a daughter honors her father killed in the line of duty by taking his place in a marathon today. we will show you that. >>> what's players and fans looking for coverage at the game? we will show you. >>> and it may seem like spring training around the bay area today. 70s and 80s but get ready for a blast of winter. right now fog and 40s and 50s but some showers and gusty winds this the forecast. a look at the timing when we come back. [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the new wireless receiver only from at&t. get u-verse tv for $25 a month with
ones as well. up next, he speaks out. >>> when a monster tornado hit henryville, indiana, this was one of the first images that we showed you, a school bus impaled into a restaurant. well, now take a look at this surveillance video from inside the bus as the tornado rips through it. moments before, there were 11 students inside, and the bus driver, angel perry, made a last-minute decision that would save their lives. she turned the bus around, headed back to school, and you can hear her just minutes before on the radio. >> everybody stay together. our group together right now. go, go, go, go, go, go! one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine -- come on! 10, eleven, go, go, go! >> you've got to love it. she counts every child on that bus. and makes sure they are safe. angel, you saved those kids from this. your name speaks for itself. you are today's rock star. ♪ believe in the power ♪ i believe ♪ i believe in the power ♪ i believe that you can rescue me ♪ ♪ i believe ♪ i believe in the power ♪ i believe ♪ i believe ♪ that you can rescue me e up t. or choo
of justice. and, abby kuzma, from the office of the indiana attorney general. with that i give you michael bloom, our moderator, thank you. >> thanks, folks. good afternoon. it, it, this panel -- i suspect will be very interesting and informative. let's just get right to it. we are going to talk about fraud directed at the elderly. and seems to be a natural question is, why do we have a special -- panel on fraud on the elderly? and, there is research that concerns particular vulnerabilities that older folks may have that make them more susceptible than others to certain kinds of fraud. i would look to start then with betsy, about some of the research that the aarp may have done concerning those kinds of vulnerabilities. if you give us, some of those, those, factors that make older folks more vulnerable, perhaps to the frauds we have been talking about so far today. >> it's on. okay. i want first to put it in perspective. it's, there are not a great many statistics about how many elderly are victimized. but we know that -- elderly financial abuse is dramatically maybe 24 people are victimiz
in indiana refinery located in the northwest part of the statech the incident took place yesterday afternoon. authorities say it led to nitrous oxide and i'd row general sulfide emis. no word on how it could affect gas prices in that region. rising gas prices may put a hold on the president's clean energy initiativech the environmental protection agency may delay implementing clean he energy standards because those rules could lead to even higher gas prices. the obama administration said that the increase would only be a penny per gallon and not until 2017. >>> occupy wall street movement in new york city returned to where it began. officers arrested 74 protest he is and refused to let them take over zuccotti part. the overnight demonstration was six months after the occupy movement began. >> our rights and obligation to change the government and right we dislike the government. we need to change it. >> some of the protesters accused police of abuse. the occupy movement started as a protest against income in equality and corporate greed. >>> severe weather has taken aim in california. a muds
that they were kept at arm's length. as it stands now, indiana republican senator richard lugar will not actually be able to vote for himself in his state's may primary. today a county election board voted along party lines to find lugar and his wife ineligible to vote in their former home district because he does not own a house there or live there. lugar's office blasted the decision, noting the state election commission unanimously ruled his lack of a permanent indiana home does not disqualify him from being on the ballot. as of now, he's on the ballot. but won't be able to cast one. >>> finally, police, firefighters and other trenton city workers were down to their last rolls of toilet paper as a result of a budget battle in the garden state. luckily an emergency appropriation of $16,000 by the city council saved the day. meanwhile, animal rights group peta offered a six-month supply of free toilet paper rolls. the toilet paper donation came with the condition that each sheet would contain a pro vegan message that read in part, wipe cruelty from your diet. >>> from wipes to swipes, there is a
the chair and i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. mr. coats: mr. president, this past friday marked the two-year anniversary of the passage of the affordable care act, otherwise known as obama-care. that law was signed into -- or that bill was signs into law just two years ago this last -- signed into law just two years ago this last friday. waicht in the senate at the time -- i wasn't in the senate at the time. i was actually in the state of indiana campaigning to be in the senate as a representative of that state. and as such, i had a very considerable amount of time crisscrossing the state and talking to hoosiers about the health care plan and their response to what was going on in congress and to the passage of that law. from small diners and restaurants all across indiana to visits to small business, large business, medium-sized business, big industrial giants, small mom-and-pop operations, medical providers, ordinary citizens -- we in indiana joined the nearly two-thirds, or perhaps even more than the two-thirds of the rest of the country, that polled
the northwest earlier this month. storms that ended up killing 14 people in the state of indiana, the number could have been higher if it wasn't for a fast-thinking school bus driver in henryville. this is the video first of the tornado itself. which is absolutely remarkable in its own right. this is a massive f4 tornado that struck on march 2nd at 3:00 p.m. angel perry was driving 11 of her students home from school when she radioed dispatch. listen to what she said about what she saw. >> i'm about a minute and half from the school. >> there is a tornado touching down about one mile from me. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh is right. angel had to make a quick decision and she made that decision to turn around, head back to the school, get there and get those kids off the bus fas fast. >> everybody stay together. the group together right now. go. go. go. go. one, two, three, four, five. six. seven. eight. nine. come on. come on. ten. go. go. >> calm and cool. look at the video from her school bus security camera. three minutes after the kids got off the bus. >> man. >> look at this. hail and 1
indiana to illinois. in that zone, all of the way to louisville, kentucky. keep a big eye out and on our local abc stations there. what about some snow in new england? we're not done with cold air yet. in central new york state, you're looking at some elevation snow here. i think it's a mix in boston, a mix in hartford. new york city, mostly rain out of this. this is tonight, into saturday. but it's going to be a lot of rain. where there is rain, it's kind of a messy day. but first, here's our weekend getaway. brought to you by subway. >> in case you're wondering why there was all this commotion when i mentioned there would be rain over parts of the country -- >> and snow. >> and snow. robin, it will be mid to upper 80s and sunny in key west. >> okay. >> can that slide? >> karma, baby. >> i want it to be sunny for you. >> thank you, see, george wants it to stay sunny. >> he's lying. >> i know he is. >>> the real-life undercover mission of a california cop. he pretended to be a high school student overcoming crime. abc's david wright has this story. >> reporter: 22-year-old alex salinas w
indiana to illinois. keep a big eye out and on our local abc stations there. what about some snow in new england? we're not done with cold air yet. in central new york state, you're looking at some elevation snow here. a mix in boston, a mix in hartford. this is tonight into saturday. it will be a lot of rain. where it is rain it's kind of a messy day. but first, here's our weekend getaway. brought to you by subway. bright and sunny morning clouds willt later this afternoon high temperatures 60-65 degrees and there will be some showers for the overnight, upper 40's-lower 50's and we will get of here by rain out early tomorrow morning. partly cloudy skies by the afternoon, 60-65 tomorrow. wjla.com or online home for abc 7 weather. >> in case you're wondering all of this commotion when i mentioned there will be rain in parts of the country and snow, robin, it's going to be mid to upper 80s in key west. >> okay. >> can that slide? >> i want it to be sunny for you. >> see. >> he's lying. >>> undercover mission in california cop. he pretended to be a high school student overcoming crime. abc'
that insurance claims could top $2 billion. >>> this morning, a mother -- an indiana mother speaks out about sacrificing her own safety as she used her body to shield her two children from the storm. stephanie decker picked up her two kids from school early in henryville, indiana. all three of them went into the basement before the tornado struck and waited out the storm. she shares what happened once the tornado hit from her hospital bed. >> and as soon as the glass broke, the house started shifting. and he was crying, and he was screaming. he's 8. so -- and reece is 5. i took a blanket, and i -- i pulled it over my children, and i tied it in a knot. i tied it so they were in this blanket tied in a knot. and everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket, and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. they were screaming, mommy, i can't live without you. i don't want to die. >> stephanie lost parts of both legs from the debris. neither of her two children was hurt. once the tor
, santorum people say no, we can play here. other santorum people say we can play in indiana. these will be key contests, west virginia, i'll give to santorum, north carolina for the sake of this hypothetical, santorum. it still has romney clinching. where else, if you look at the map. santorum under this scenario, being generous, louisiana, texas and wisconsin, indiana, what has to happen for senator santorum is under this scenario, romney would clinch by the finish line. how does senator santorum stop him? he has to win all of these states. then he would have to take away one of the big winner takes all. like california or georgia. but if you look at the math right now, governor romney is winning a majority of the delegates. he only needs 49% from here to the finish line. senator santorum is winning 20% up to today. he needs 70%. you can run that by the math experts. you guys tell me, who changes the map and how? >> all right, john avlon, who changes the map and how? >> i think the thing to remember right now is that it is not about what candidate can beat mitt romney. it's
can win indiana, that you can win ohio. that you can win pennsylvania and north carolina and wisconsin and those are the states that we do and are doing very well in. >> let me ask you quickly then about wisconsin. do you have to win wisconsin to change the momentum in this race? >> we just did, laid on a pretty good one in louisiana. it's a primary state not a caucus. not one you can say it's just a few people voting. it was a primary state. it was a broad turnout down there. we're going to come here to wisconsin. we're trailing in the most recent polls right now. we're being outspent about 60 to 1 here in wisconsin. but you know what? the reaction i got yesterday in traveling around and in bellview and up here in green bay was a great outpouring of support. you know what? yet, i don't know if you saw this but actually it was bowling yesterday with a bunch of folks at a tournament. he threw three strikes in a row. that's a turkey. that tells you that you've got someone here that can relate to the voters in wisconsin just like those of us in western pennsylvania who grew up in the bowl
coates is senator from indiana, "i'm hopeful the supreme court will agree with the majority of americans that the individual mandate is unconstitutional, and this law needs to be overturned." next up is north carolina. this is michael who is an independent. >> caller: let me say, thank you so much for allowing your callers to complete what they want to say. that is so refreshing. it seems the hosts allow the guests to ramble on and on, and callers are lucky they get 15 to 20 seconds. i wish they did more than this with "washington journal." here is what i've got. cheney just had a heart transplant. who paid for that? we the taxpayers paid for that. if he's not a billionaire, he's close to it. that's a problem in this country. congress give themselves the very best health care this country has to offer regardless of what it costs. they force we the taxpayers to pay 72% of their health care monthly per year per congress person. and what we need the do as a country, we need to demand that presidents, vice presidents and congress put on social security and medicare. if they aren't they would
because every year we face a lot of storms which you've all been reading about in southern indiana, tennessee and illinois. we always get tornadoes. we always get very severe storms with hail, et cetera. there are a group of scammers that will go from door-to-door and from state to state following the storms. we call them storm chasers. sometimes we have a different group of scammers we call travelers that just come seasonally depending upon what the issues are. in the case of the storm chasers what will happen is they will follow a disaster and they will go door-to-door and say things like, i just repaired your neighbor's roof, and i have some materials left over. be happy to give you a discount on your repair for your house because i have one more day i'm going to be here. if you can decide right now -- so there's always this high pressure sales, the concern for you're going to make a deal only right now. we did it for your neighbor. so they're trying to give a number of areas of comfort with respect to, well, i've already about been in your neighborhood, et cetera. and of course
require it. the state of florida and indiana have tried similar programs before they were stopped by the courts. what they found is less than 1% to 2% of the people that were tested were actually using drugs. and so talking about a very small percentage. the amount that you get for unemployment in arizona is the lowest in the country, about $240 per week. >> my point is for government jobs, i think people have to do this. i mean, i'm trying to figure out what the down side is. maybe we would be helping people who actually have a drug problem. >> well, perhaps. there's money in this bill for funding for drug treatment, yes, but what the federal government has said is that if we go forward with this legislation, that we could very likely lose our federal money for unemployment. so that means, you know, thousands of people in arizona who are on unemployment who aren't using drugs are going to lose the $200 a week that they need to put money on the table, to feed their families and to get back on their feet. >> all right. it's a very interesting debate. >> you know, beauty of our fed
dramatic video of a school bus in henryville indiana that had to ouurun a tornadoowith nearly a dozen children on boaa. board.you may remembeerthis shottof the bus smashed intooa building earlier this month. herees what was happening debbis swiils.... and the bus .- is pushed acroos the parking lot.. and then the road... before crashing into a diner. earlier... eleven children were on that bus... audio whee the driver scrambles to get them to safety. radio: henryville - there is a tornado n the ground.peery: book !perry: if you got a ss to ppt over your head, do it. gee in the middle.))! that drivvr was able to get those kids off the bus and to safety... just three minutes peeore he bus is bloww away. cooing up... theyyre dancing their way to the top.see some of the routines at the national dance pport championships... bbfore the judges... next in ouu wn hotspot..- ((break 1)) 3 3 3 3 &p 3 3 3--national dance sport championships... happening todaa...--ken richards is live with the details on this p-largest amateur competitionn in the country...more thaa 1200 qualiiied competitors -
'm giving santorum, wisconsin, indiana, north carolina, west virginia, nebraska and pennsylvania which is 72 votes. i don't think he's going to win all of those. i think wisconsin, indiana and maybe north carolina and nebraska will go to romney. so right now, gingrich -- romney -- if romney wins all of the 11 states i ticked off and he's ahead in all of them, then he's got this nomination sewed up and he would then have 1230 votes and he needs 1144. i frankly predict he'll end up with 1320, 1350 which would be 200 more than he needs. >> i know he got most of the conservative vote possibly for the first time and he also gained on married women on rick santorum in the midwest. >> tea party. >> and the tea party as well. but does the voter turnout down 24% despite the biggest, most significant illinois primary since 1988 disturb you? >> well, i think that a lot of the people who would have turned out to vote for santorum or gingrich stayed home because they felt that they did not want to prolong this nominating battle and it was one thing to vote for a candidate who is not their first choice
and his network and a dramatic rescue today from the indiana tornado involving a 2-year-old girl. it happened over the weekend. she was taken off life support. >> looking forward to that. >>> and we have a big development in the gross point murder case. joseph gattis has been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. you may recall the story here. jane is a marketing executive, mother of two. she was found strangled in the backseat of her mercedes about a month ago. he reportedly has a i.q. of a third grader. has claimed that the victim's husband promised him $200 to carry out the hit. paul cowen was a contributor, former new york city homicide prosecutor. he accused bob bashara, then accused again. turned out he had affairs, rather strange personal life, gentz has been charged with conspiracy to commit murder. does there have to be someone else you conspired with or no? >> conspiracy means that there are two or more people involved in the crime. the question is, who's person number two? his original story was that bashara was his coconspirator. >> how relevant is this
home in indiana. she suffered massive head injuries. she was taken off of life support 2 hours ago. the girl's mother, father, three-year-old brother and 23407b9 old sister was killed when the tornados hit her home. >>> the death toll rising from poland in more than two decades. a head-on collision between two trains leaving 16 people dead including an american woman more than 50 people hospitalized. poland's president calling for two-days of national mourning monday and tuesday. still no word on how the trains ended up on the same track. >>> i am lauren green. now back to "the huckabee special." >> presidential candidate newt gingrich took questions from our panel of experts. now we are joined by talking about how the economic collapse is up close and personal. daniel was killed in iraq in 2003. having difficulty coping with his son's death at his old job he began working as a shuttle driver for dhl. since being laid off in 2009 he turned his hobby of making custom knives. a full-time lifetime resident of wilmington she and her husband were both unemployed at different points in t
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